Cap Maison Launches a Feast Fit for a King…… and Prince Harry
As Prince Harry heads-off on his second official tour of the Caribbean this week, Cap Maison, St Lucia is introducing the new Ultimate Maison dining experience, a feast that is certainly fit for a King and possibly a Prince.
The Ultimate Maison Dining Experience will pair a lavish six-course dinner menu with carefully selected fine French wines. At US$ 1900 per person (when four dine together) it is the certainly the most expensive dining experience in Saint Lucia, possibly even the Caribbean.
Dishes include poached oysters and langoustine with squid ink farfalle and coconut anise nage, along with fillet mignon, truffle asparagus & pumpkin agnolotti with Madeira sauce. Accompanying wines include Dom Pérignon, “P2” Plenitude, 1998 and Les Flors De Latour, Pauillac, 1982.
Prince Harry will visit Pigeon Island, a national landmark of Saint Lucia, during his tour. A spectacular view of Pigeon Island can be viewed from Cap Maison, in fact the hotel are hoping he might even pop in for a quick cup of tea!
The Ultimate Maison Dinning Experience has been created by Cap Maison's award-wining head chef Craig Jones and the new executive assistant manager, Arron Gwinnett. Guests will enjoy the dinner in Cellar Masion, a dark wood luxurious cellar housing some of the most sought after wines in the world including a bottle of 1996, Chateau Petrus.
The menu is a real celebration of Saint Lucia's food and combines Craig's excellent knowledge of produce with Arron's flair for wine.
The dinner is perfect for small groups of discerning guests with a recommended minimum of four, and maximum of six per party. The Ultimate Maison dinner costs from US$ 1900 per person when four dine together and from US$ 1400 per person when six dine together.
Please note that all prices are subject to 10% service charge and 10% tax. 24Hrs notice is required to allow for food preparation.